Are you in the midst of building a new home, or researching before you build, and wondering why the process seems to take so long? It’s easy to look at the quick period of time between making an offer on an existing house and closing on that home, and wish your brand new home could be finished just as quickly. While there are many things that make a new home take time – from the process of construction, inspections, and working around the weather – it may help to know you’re not the only one waiting impatiently for your brand-new house to be finished.
Looking for a home that offers three bedrooms and two and a half baths with a compact design and an economical price-tag? The Ascot was created with your needs in mind! Offered at our Rose Hill Estates and Queens Park communities, this home plan features 1,617 square feet of beautiful, open living space with a starting price at $239,900.
If you are looking for all the benefits of buying a new home, but can’t wait to have your own built from the ground up – why not buy a Faber Quick Delivery Home? Built with the same attention to detail of one of our semi-custom builds, our Quick Delivery Homes are the perfect choice for home buyers that need to move sooner, rather than later!
One of our current Quick Delivery Homes is located at 58 Lianne Dr, in Greece, NY. As one of only two homes left to buy in the well-established Creek House Village community, this Medway Plan home is bound to sell fast. Selling for $219,900, this three bedroom, two and a half bath home is 1,811 square feet of comfortable family living.
Deciding to build your next home is a big decision that may feel like a daunting task with lots unknowns to encounter along the way. Between looking for the right builders and deciding where you’d like to live, to choosing the best floorplan and features for your family, you may find yourself wishing homebuilding came with a roadmap.
Here at Faber Builders, Inc., we pride ourselves in being able to make the homebuilding process as smooth and straight-forward as possible. With knowledgeable professionals to guide you along each step of the way, building a new home with Faber feels a little bit more like having a roadmap through the homebuying process.
If you’re looking for more information detailing the whole process before you take that first step yourself, here are ten stops you can plan on taking along the way.
Looking to buy a new house that gives your family the most space to grow? Why not enjoy 600 square feet of finished basement space in your new home! When you buy a new home in Queens Park or Rose Hill Estates by June 28th, 2019, you’ll receive just that.* We know that our buyers value space where they can spend time with their families in their new homes, and this extra finished space is the perfect place to make more memories with those you love, right here in a community in Rochester.
Buying a home is an exciting process with lots of choices to make along the way. Not only do you have to determine the location of your home, but also the type of product and the price point. Once you have nailed those answers, the next question is new versus resale. What can a new home by Faber Builders offer buyers that a resale home cannot? Below are the answers!
Time is running out to own a new home in our Greece communities! With only four sites remaining at Creek House Village and nine at Regency Park, buyers must act now to secure a brand-new home in Greece, NY.
Popular home plans such as the Macon, Marcell, Medway 3 and Westcott can be built in the Creek House Village community, but the favored floor plan among buyers is the Macon. A 1,662-square-foot home with three bedrooms, two-and-a-half baths and a two-car garage, the Macon is priced from $179,900. This plan offers a large family room, dining space and kitchen on the main level, as well as three bedrooms on the second floor.
In today’s rebounding market, when resale properties are being claimed as soon as they are listed and new home construction is popping up on every other corner, deciding which is best for you can be a challenge. People considering previously owned homes often pursue resale because they think it is cheaper and easier. But with building practices having become more streamlined, building a new home can cost the same or even less than buying an existing home. Cost isn’t the only reason to build, though. There are other benefits of working with a builder on a brand-new home.
The New Year is off to an exciting start in our Creek House Village and Regency Park communities. With only four home sites remaining at Creek House Village and 10 at Regency Park, our Faber Homes team has decided to extend the Winter Incentive through February!
This extended winter incentive will give buyers purchasing an available home site at one of our Greece communities $2,500 to use toward design upgrades at the Claridge Decorating Centre or on closing costs.*
Our new homes at Creek House Village begin at $179,900. The home plans offered in this community feature sought-after layouts that include open kitchen and living spaces, optional morning rooms, two-car garages, master suites with walk-in closets, spacious secondary bedrooms, home office space and more.
Buyers ready to take the first step toward homeownership in Greece, New York should act now before it’s too late! The final six opportunities at Creek House Village are now selling, offering buyers the opportunity to own their own home at an exceptional price in a charming town. Priced from $174,900, these homes won’t be available long.
Offering quality-built homes with innovative design and high-performance features, our single-family homes at Creek House Village feature colonial-style exteriors. With four plans to choose from, buyers can select from three- or four-bedroom homes with up to 1,900 square feet of living space.
Interest rates are on the rise in 2017. Since the Federal Reserve voted to raise a key interest rate by a quarter of a percentage point in December mortgage rates are on the rise. The move comes with the intent to raise rates several times throughout 2017.
If you were shopping for a home in 2016 then you know that real estate experts were predicting that interest rates would soon be on the rise. As 2017 rolls in their predictions are coming true, and the year has begun with a higher rate than any point in the previous year. Now experts are saying that the days of 3.5% rates are in the rearview mirror.
Ready to apply for a mortgage but you don’t know where to start? We can help! At Faber Homes, we have been working with Rochester-area lenders for decades so we know the process, and people, extremely well. If you’re ready to build with us and need a mortgage commitment, we are happy to help find you a lender that fits your needs. Otherwise, this blog will outline a few tips and tricks, as well as FAQs on the mortgage application process.
To buy, or not to buy. That is the question for many Generation Y'ers.
No doubt, the economic waves in recent history (and present times) have made it difficult, or presumably difficult to live the coveted American Dream. Limited job prospects and student debts have made it challenging to save for a down payment, and many are weary of the all-time-low interest rates. But the truth is, now is arguably the best time to buy a home.
Rent or buy. It’s a question many face, especially those millennials who are a few years out of college, perhaps even married with a child, yet still paying rent. Many wonder if the investment of a home is worth it. If the costs will justify themselves.
We came across this great tool from Trulia that helps potential buyers see how much of a savings owning a home can provide, compared to renting an apartment or home. For example, for someone spending $1,000 per month renting an apartment who is looking for a home that costs $140,000, the costs result in a 27% savings of owning versus renting with a 30 year mortgage. The fact remains: you can save money while simultaneously building equity.
If you've been searching for a home in Rochester but nothing you've seen suits your needs, we invite you to attend our First Time Homebuyer webinar.
Learn about the current trends in interest rates, financing and the mortgage application process, as well as the Faber Homes building process.
If you've been searching for a home in Rochester but nothing you've seen suits your needs, we invite you to attend our first, First Time Homebuyer Seminar of 2016.
Learn about the home building process, meet the Faber Homes sales team, explore flooring, cabinets and more at the Claridge Decorating Centre, and get pre-qualified for a mortgage with First Niagara Bank.
The federal funds rate, which has hovered near zero for the past many years, has just seen a slight bump this month. This signifies a step in the Federal Reserve’s long term plan of increasing interest rates on loans. While the increase is only one quarter of a percentage point, analysts are projecting 2016 to be a big year for rate increases, which will greatly impact the housing market.
If you’ve just started to save money, or are entertaining the idea of purchasing a home in the next couple years, here are some facts regarding your current debts effective with these new changes:
It’s been a buyers market for the last several years, with interest rates at all-time lows, but all of that is about to change, according to many recent reports, including this one from Reuters.
In the article, Atlanta Federal Reserve President Dennis Lockhart states that the U.S. central bank intends to raise interest rates as early as June, barring a significant downturn in the U.S. economy.
If you’re a first time homeowner, you’re probably not aware of all the little responsibilities that go along with winter maintenance of your home. Even for a long-time homeowner, the list always seems to grow. Here’s a quick snapshot of the top 10 things we recommend you do this winter.
Test smoke alarms and carbon dioxide detectors. You never know when a big storm is going to hit, and the last thing you need is to run out of batteries for these necessities.
Check your driveway. Small cracks can turn into big ones with snow, ice and changes in temperature. Fill cracks before the next big storm if you can.
Cutting through the clutter at Home Depot and Lowes can be a tough task. There are so many tools and gadgets that make the job “easier” but it’s hard to know for sure what you’re getting.
2014 was a great year for product development so we’ve pulled together a list of tools and gadgets we think will help make your life easier, at a reasonable price.
Dewalt Inspection Camera. This lifesaver runs around $300 and is perfect for wiring jobs and plumbing work, as the scope gives you a visual into your wall or tubes.